Ciara’s provocative outfit went viral this week amid nonstop rumors about her husband, Russell Wilson, getting traded.
Wilson’s up-in-the-air status with the Denver Broncos is a matter of public record. He has been linked two teams since it became clear that he would be playing elsewhere in 2024, but so far it is unclear where precisely Wilson will land.
This week, Wilson’s better half set the internet ablaze with her wild attire.
Ciara’s choice of outfit speaks for itself:
This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Ciara has blown up online in this fashion. Between her intimate videos with her beau, wild dance videos with Wilson, and racy outfits to NFL games, it has been one thing after another with her.
That being said, while Ciara is obviously a huge star, most of the hoopla right now surrounds Wilson and where he will play next.
Earlier this week, a report surfaced suggesting that the Pittsburgh Steelers might be a frontrunner to secure Wilson’s services.
“The Steelers have become a vertical passing team since Mike Sullivan took over as offensive play-caller,” David Carr noted.
“It’s a system in which Rudolph has thrived; consider the deep shot he lofted to George Pickens on a 66-yard score in Week 16. This system would fit Wilson like a glove.
“Not only can he push the ball vertically, but he can also be the general for a team that is run-centric and has a good defense. It’d be Seattle all over again! Wilson would need to compete with Pickett (a former first-round pick who, Tomlin says, is still the starter) for the No. 1 job, but I believe that kind of competition would get the most out of him.”
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Will Wilson end up in Pittsburgh when it’s all said and done?
Time will tell. But either way, Ciara will be there rooting him on no matter what.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.